POLAND, N.Y. – The Poland Tornadoes rallied in the fourth quarter Friday and defeated the Oriskany Redskins 65-61 in triple overtime.

The Tornadoes (4-5, 4-0 CSC-IV) trailed by 11 points – 40-29 – at the start of the fourth quarter but got 10 from Heather Artz and rallied to pull even at 46. Each team scored four points in each of the first two extra periods before Poland put up 11 in the third and claimed the victory that kept the Tornadoes unbeaten within Division IV of the Center State Conference.

Artz scored 11 of Poland’s 19 points in overtime and finished the game with a career-high 28. Senior classmate Jennifer Sergott matched another career-high with 20 points, and each had a double-double with Artz grabbing 10 rebounds and Sergott 13 with four steals. Amanda Sweet added nine points and five steals, and Sydney Tabor had five assists.

Maddelyn Hoehn led Oriskany (2-7, 2-2 CSC-IV) with 22 points. Sofia Tagliaferri had 11 points and eight rebounds, and Matteson Hoehn had six points and six assists.

POLAND 65, ORISKANY 61, triple overtime

ORISKANY (2-7, 2-2 CSC-IV) – Courtney Donahue 1; Matteson Hoehn 6; Tayler Reid 4; Abby Edsall 4; Mackenzie Buck 7; Maddelyn Hoehn 22; Sofia Tagliaferri 11; Aeron Hamm 6. Totals: 17-22-61.

POLAND (4-5, 4-0 CSC-IV) – Jennifer Sergott 20; Heather Artz 28; Amanda Sweet 9; Jamie Weakley 4; Sydney Tabor 4. Totals: 22-17-65.

Oriskany  16  12  12  6  4  4  7 – 61

Poland  10  6  13  17  4  4  11 – 65

Three-pointers – Oriskany 5 (Mad.Hoehn 5); Poland 4 (Artz 3, Weakley 1).

LITTLE FALLS 57

DOLGEVILLE 37

DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. – The Little Falls Mounties raced out to a 20-2 lead in the first quarter Friday and defeated the Dolgeville Blue Devils 57-37 on the road.

The win was the eighth consecutive following a season-opening loss for the Mounties (8-1, 4-0 CSC-II) who are unbeaten in Division II of the Center State Conference and ranked 13th in the state in Class c by the New York State Sportswriters Association.

Olivia Langdon led Little Falls with 18 points. Olivia Lindsay added 10 points while Geena Morotti scored eight, and Kylie Kress had seven.

Hannah Stack led Dolgeville (6-5, 0-4 CSC-II) with 14 points and 13 rebounds. Ryanne Williams scored seven points, and Bella Nichols had five assists.

Dolgeville travels to Westmoreland for its next game Wednesday.

The Mounties get a home rematch with Waterville Thursday. Waterville was a 47-46 winner when the teams met Dec. 6.

LITTLE FALLS 57, DOLGEVILLE 37

LITTLE FALLS (8-1, 4-0 CSC-II) – Riley Dunn 0-1-1; Nicole Failing 2-1-5; Kylie Kress 3-0-7; Olivia Langdon 7-3-18; Geena Morotti 3-1-8; Gabby Sylstra 2-0-4; Zavia Jaime 2-0-4; Jenna Grabinski 0-0-0; Olivia Lindsay 5-0-10; Alexis Perrone 0-0-0. Totals: 24-6-57.

DOLGEVILLE (6-5, 0-4 CSC-II) – Sandra Gonyea 1-2-4; Ryanne Williams 2-3-7; Hannah Spofford 0-0-0; Emily Frasier 2-0-4; Hannah Stack 5-3-14; Bella Nichols 1-2-4; Kaitlyn LaGrange 0-0-0; Joan Vanasse 2-0-4. Totals: 13-10-37.

Little Falls  20  14  15  8 – 57

Dolgeville  2  5  12  18 – 37

Three-pointers – Little Falls 3 (Kress 1, Langdon 1, Morotti 1); Dolgeville 1 (Stack 1).

WATERVILLE 49

MT. MARKHAM 38

WINFIELD, N.Y. – The Waterville Indians closed with a strong fourth quarter Friday and defeated the Mt. Markham Mustangs 49-38 on the road.

The Indians (7-3, 3-1 CSC-III) led by two points at halftime and four after three quarters before outscoring the Mustangs (5-5, 0-3 CSC-III) 16-9 in the fourth.

Molly Williams led Waterville with 29 points, one more than Hayleigh Gates’ total for Mt. Markham. Fifteen of Gates’ points came on five three-pointers, and her total of 26 matched a career-high the sophomore set earlier this season against Clinton.

Kathleen Gallagher scored 13 points for Waterville.

Hannah Gigliotti scored eight points for Mt. Markham, and Olivia Ostrander had eight rebounds.

Mt. Markham plays at home again Thursday against Herkimer.

WATERVILLE 49, MT. MARKHAM 38

WATERVILLE (7-3, 3-1 CSC-III) – Rylee Fallon 0-0-0; Megan Wittenbeck 0-0-0; Anna Beach 1-1-3; Mariah Maxam 1-0-2; Laney Hinman 1-0-2; Molly Williams 11-5-29; Kathleen Gallagher 6-1-13. Totals: 20-7-49.

MT. MARKHAM (5-5, 0-3 CSC-III) – Hayleigh Gates 10-1-26; Mackenzie Doyle 0-0-0; Ally Congden 0-0-0; Katie Gates 0-0-0; Olivia Ostrander 0-0-0; Hannah Gigliotti 4-0-8; Mackenzie Johnson 0-0-0; Julia Kocienda 1-0-2; Allison Sterling 1-0-2; Alexis Clark 0-0-0; Zoe Hoke 0-0-0. Totals: 16-1-38.

Waterville  9  12  12  16 – 49

Mt. Markham  5  14  10  9 – 38

Three-pointers – Waterville 2 (Williams 2); Mt. Markham 5 (H.Gates 5).

SAUQUOIT VALLEY 54

FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 48

SAUQUOIT, N.Y. – The Sauquoit Valley Indians trailed at halftime Friday but came back to beat Frankfort-Schuyler 54-48 with senior Allison Moreau reaching a personal milestone.

The Indians trailed 24-21 at the intermission and outscored the visiting Maroon Knights 33-24 in the second half.

Moreau had 37 points, 14 rebounds and three steals to lead Sauquoit Valley. She topped 30 points for the third time this season and went over 2,000 for her five-year varsity career.

Jayna Inglis added seven points and nine rebounds for Sauquoit Valley (7-3), and Adrianna Grande had eight rebounds.

Gianna DeSarro had nine points and eight rebounds for Frankfort-Schuyler (6-4), and Sophia Simmons and Maria Luther each scored 10 points to lead the team. Skye Simmons chipped in with seven rebounds and three steals.

The teams switched their home dates and will play in Frankfort when they meet again in February.

Frankfort-Schuyler plays at home Thursday against Cooperstown. Sauquoit Valley had a home game Monday against Poland and takes on Adirondack Thursday.

SAUQUOIT VALLEY 54, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 48

FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER (6-4) – Skye Simmons 1-1-3; Sophia Simmons 4-0-10; Charlotte Rodio 1-2-4; Skyler Graham 2-0-6; Maria Luther 4-0-10; Eva Arquiett 2-0-4; Riley Spellman 1-0-2; Gianna DeSarro 4-1-9. Totals: 19-4-48.

SAUQUOIT VALLEY (7-3) – Alexandra Price 0-1-1; Adrianna Grande 1-0-2; Vanessa Verenich 0-0-0; Madison McKenny 1-0-2; Alexis Townsend 0-0-0; Abby Stanimer 2-1-5; Marley Inglis 0-0-0; Jayna Inglis 1-5-7; Allison Moreau 14-6-37. Totals: 19-13-54.

Frankfort-Schuyler  8  16  8  16 – 48

Sauquoit Valley  8  13  15  18 – 54

Three-pointers – Frankfort-Schuyler 6 (Graham 2, Luther 2, So.Simmons 2); Sauquoit Valley 3 (Moreau 3).

MORRIS 55

RICHFIELD SPRINGS 24

RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N.Y. – The Morris Mustangs were 55-24 winners Friday at Richfield Springs.

The Mustangs got 14 points from Elizabeth Thompson and 12 from Anastasia Edwards, and outscored their hosts in all four quarters.

Samantha O’Connor led Richfield Springs’ Indians with eight points.

MORRIS 55, RICHFIELD SPRINGS 24

MORRIS – Reanan Goodspeed 2 0-0 5; Madison Aikens 2 0-0 4; Kylie Bringham 3 2-4 8; Monica Dugan 1 0-0 2; Anastasia Edwards 6 0-1 12; Alexi Baran 1 0-2 2; Samantha Barringer 3 2-3 8; Elizabeth Thompson 6 0-0 14. Totals: 24 4-10 55.

RICHFIELD SPRINGS – Amy Seamon 1 4-6 7; Jackie Hosford 2 1-2 6; Samantha O’Connor 3 0-0 8; Maggie Worobey 1 1-2 3. Totals: 7 6-10 24.

Morris  16  10  17  12 – 55

Richfield Springs  9  5  3  7 – 24

Three-pointers – Morris 3 (Thompson 2, Goodspeed 1); Richfield Springs 4 (O’Connor 2, Hosford 1, Seamon 1).

CANAJOHARIE 52

SHARON SPRINGS 24

CANAJOHARIE, N.Y. – Mackenzie Bowerman had 20 points for Canajoharie Friday in the Cougars’ 52-24 win over the Sharon Springs Spartans.

The Cougars outscored the Spartans in each of the four quarters and led 30-11 at halftime on their home court.

Alexz Lathers scored eight points for the Cougars, and Mollie Krug had seven.

Jillian Bent led Sharon Springs with 15 points.

CANAJOHARIE 52, SHARON SPRINGS 24

SHARON SPRINGS (n/a) – Jillian Bent 4 5-6 15; Miranda Mabie 1 0-0 2; Abby Reynolds 3 0-0 6; Rachel Rorick 0 1-2 1. Totals: 8 6-8 24.

CANAJOHARIE (4-5) – Mackenzie Bowerman 9 0-0 20; Mizel Fowler 1 0-0 2; Monica Hartlieb 2 0-0 4; Mollie Krug 3 0-0 7; Alexz Lathers 2 3-4 8; Caitlyn Ody 1 0-0 3; Cheyenne Robello 1 0-0 2; Taya Yacobucci 3 0-0 6. Totals: 22 3-4 52.

Sharon Springs  5  6  7  6 – 24

Canajoharie  13  17  10  12 – 52

Three-pointers – Sharon Springs 2 (Bent 2); Canajoharie 5 (Bowerman 2, Krug 1, Lathers 1, Ody 1).

MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 55

OPPENHEIM-EPHRATAH-ST. JOHNSVILLE 17

ST. JOHNSVILLE, N.Y. – The Mekeel Christian Academy Lions outscored Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville 15-0 in the first quarter Friday and defeated the Wolves 55-17.

The Lions also shut the Wolves out in the fourth quarter.

Avery Mill scored 23 points to lead Mekeel Christian Academy, and Jillian Ballard scored 17.

Becky Trumble led Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville with eight points.

MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 55, OPPENHEIM-EPHRATAH-ST. JOHNSVILLE 17

MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY – Avery Mill 8 2-2 23; Madison Lilienthal 1 1-2 4; Madison Show 3 1-1 9; Jillian Ballard 8 0-4 17; Maraya Davis 1 0-0 2. Totals: 21 4-9 55.

OPPENHEIM-EPHRATAH-ST. JOHNSVILLE – Shian Harmon 3 0-2 6; Becky Trumble 3 0-0 8; Fontana LaCoppola 0 1-2 1; Alexis Klock 1 0-0 2. Totals: 7 1-4 17.

Mekeel Christian Academy  15  8  17  15 – 55

Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville  0  6  11  0 – 17

Three-pointers – Mekeel Christian Academy 9 (Mill 5, Show 2, Ballard 1, Lilienthal 1); Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville 2 (Trumble 2).